A 'Date And Venue Has Been Set' For The Mayweather McGregor Fight
After this weekend's announcement that Floyd Mayweather would be coming out of retirement for his proposed clash with Conor McGregor, it's now been reported that a date and venue has been set.
Flo Combat reckons that we should be keeping our diaries free on 10 June, as the pair will meet at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
According to the site, the venue has been reserved for the 10 June while a deal between the two is met. How fucking exciting.
Neither fighter is a stranger to Vegas, with Mayweather taking his last 12 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and McGregor's last seven fights also taking place in Vegas.
Mayweather said he was coming out of retirement while in Liverpool over the weekend: "Everybody get your phones out and get this on the Internet ASAP. I'm coming out of retirement to fight Conor McGregor, so right now I'm not retired. If you're serious, sign the paper work and let's fight in June."
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He added: "He's the B side; I'm the A side. I'm tired of you always crying about the money, you talking about you want to fight, you're blowing smoke up everybody's ass.
"If you want the fight, sign the contract."
The toing and froing between the pair has been going on for months, but now it looks like the most anticipated fight of the year could actually be happening.
I can't wait.
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